London Motorcycle Museum
Time Out says
Engine heads will love this under-the-radar museum packed full exhibits exploring UK biking history and heritage. London’s first British motorcycle museum houses 170 machines, including a 1902 Ormond, an Austin 7 engine housed in a Norton frame, a wealth of unique prototypes and other machines from Bill Crosby’s collection who founded the museum in 1999. If you want some real insight speak to the museum staff who really know their stuff and have plenty of personal insights into the collection.
29 Oldfield Lane
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